Invicta Professional 200M 8926 Double Dome Sapphire Crystal – CT091


Avoid getting finger print marks and smudges on your Sapphire Crystal by grabbing some extra Finger Cots. Highly Recommended!

  • Material – Sapphire Crystal
  • Type/Design – Double Dome – 29.5mm dia – Dome height 2.0mm
  • Custom made to fit the Invicta 8926 and the older 9210A seamless flow crystal to bezel matching the slope of bezel insert perfectly. No ugly step as on the oem flat crystal. No date magnifier.
  • Pressure tested to exceed 200M during development
  • Direct replacement for OEM Flat Mineral Crystal
  • Will not fit the 8926OB which takes a 30mm crystal*
  • AR coating options – blue, No AR
  • Ref dimensions – Dia 29.5mm Total Thickness 4.1mm Edge Height 2.1mm
  • Suitable for – Invicta Professional 200M 8926 and the older version Professional 200M 9210A variants that take a 29.5mm diameter crystal
  • *Importantwill not fit the 8926OB which takes a 30mm crystal if you have the 8926OB you require our crystal ref CT056
  • Additional info – Direct and easy replacement for the OEM flat crystal. A superb low 2.0mm Double Dome Sapphire Crystal. Double Dome so no optical dial distortion even at an acute angle. The dome height just right for this classic ‘Rolex Sub’ lookalike watch. Looks like the watch should have been made like this by Invicta – what a transformation! AR options available.
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13 reviews for Invicta Professional 200M 8926 Double Dome Sapphire Crystal – CT091

  1. John Modzelewski (verified owner)

  2. John Modzelewski (verified owner)

  3. Vince (verified owner)

    Instantly fell in love with this crystal and knew I had to have it for my Invicta 9403. The installation process was very easy. There is a noticeable doming to the crystal, the blue AR coating seriously stands out in the sunlight, and the glossiness of the dial pops. However, I noticed after installation that the crystal sat slightly uneven. On the left side of the watch, the crystal would perfectly line up with the insert. But on the right side, the crystal might have been pressed in a little too much as I can sort of ‘grab’ the insert when I rub my nail over the space between the insert/crystal. That most likely was an issue on my part and nothing to do with the crystal itself. After all, I did use a cheap generic press to do the job. I highly recommend this crystal if you’re considering it.

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